EDPS publishes two opinions on AI liability

13/10/2023 | EDPS

The European Data Protection Supervisor issued opinions on two European Commission proposals for imposing liability rules on artificial intelligence products: The first proposal would establish liability for defective products, while the second focuses on adapting noncontractual civil liability rules to artificial intelligence. Among several recommendations, the EDPS proposes to ensure individuals harmed by EU institutions using a defective AI system have the same level of protection as those adversely impacted by a private entity's use of a faulty system.

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